How Many Patches Has Your Tolerance Quilt?

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Trafford Publishing, 2005 - Family & Relationships - 114 pages
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Imagine a fine family quilt with its mosaic of colorful patches. Now,imagine and think of the individual patches representing your skills, attitudes and knowledge. Are there a few patches in your own quilt still bland or kind of colorless? Do you wish to add a few patches? Let your Tolerance Quilt grow patch by patch. Discover the difference between being tolerant and not tolerating something negative. Explore the true meaning of Tolerance and implement this signifi cant meaning to enrich your life. Discover 'Positive Distraction'and create an atmosphere for positive behavior changes at home and in school. Use Time Management to avoid stress and to remain 'sane'.

How Many Patches Has Your Tolerance Quilt? is a down-to-earth handbook for parents and teachers, and everyone who longs to live in a kinder and more positive ambiance, with tolerance for each other.

"Éit's more than a Tolerance Quilt... it is a lifestyle!"

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About the author (2005)

Anke Otto-Wolf, an educator, award-winning author and journalist, a mother of three, a grandmother of six, divides her time between California and Germany, where she continued her research studies in behavioral science. In Berlin, she finalized the Tolerance Awareness Quilt concept, taking time out from her demanding teaching positions in public schools. Anke's 25 year professional experience includes teaching at all levels of public and higher education. She created character development programs at public schools for which she was nominated for the President's Service Award in 1996. She received a personal letter from President Bill Clinton for her social engagement in the community. She lives with her husband in Southern California.

Her acclaimed children's book series "The Psst-Psst of Toley Ranz" is published/produced internationally since Fall 2004. She presents her Tolerance Awareness Quilt seminars regularly to education, corporate and government. Books authored;

"Psst, Psst of Toley Ranz" series (2004)

"The Children of TROPE" series (1996)

"A Hat Day in School" 1998)

"The Purple Pencil" (1995)

"Jeremy, American History at Jamestown for Kids" (1994)

"Go Ahead and Tell" (1995)

Oscar-winning co-script Child Abuse Prevention Video production (1994)

"My Peace of the Wall" (1990) A personal History in Berlin.

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